Meilan Rutter is board-certified in pediatric endocrinology, and has been on the faculty of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the University of Cincinnati since 2008. She completed her training in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Cincinnati. She serves as the medical director of the Cincinnati Children’s Differences of Sex Development (DSD) Center and the assistant director of the pediatric endocrinology fellowship training program.
Dr. Rutter cares for children and adolescents with a wide spectrum of endocrine conditions, including growth, puberty, thyroid and adrenal disorders. She collaborates with interdisciplinary specialists to deliver the endocrine aspects of comprehensive and integrated care for patients with complex conditions. She leads the Cincinnati Children’s DSD Center, which provides interdisciplinary care for people born with conditions affecting reproductive development. The DSD Center is a member of the DSD-Translational Research Network, a national network that strives to optimize and standardize clinical practices and advance scientific knowledge in this field. Dr. Rutter also serves as the primary endocrine consultant for the Cincinnati Comprehensive Neuromuscular Center. In conjunction with the neuromuscular team, she has helped pioneer global awareness of the importance of endocrine issues in patients affected by Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.